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CSPAN
Dec 28, 2012 2:00pm EST
president obama as part of the debt ceiling negotiation. those begin on tuesday. we have the payroll tax cut in place for two years, takes about two percentage points off people's taxes, bill will end on monday. business tax breaks, bill will end on monday. the alternative minimum tax, which is confusing, but it would be a disaster if that was not taken care of, because it would raise the taxes of about 30 million americans for their 2012 income and 2013. and all the confusion could screw up the whole tax filing season. who knows when you will be filing your taxes, because the irs does not know which tax rates will be applied and who will be responsible for paying what. so it's going to be a mess if this is not handled quickly. host: if we are sitting here a month from now after the inauguration and there's still no final agreement on taxes, could that the label 15 -- guest: no doubt about it. secretary dieter even said that a few days ago. --secretary tim geithner. it could delay the tax filings. the government relies on august revenue to come in and it usually comes flooding in during marc
CSPAN
Dec 24, 2012 10:00am EST
people were wondering whether liberals were getting disenchanted with president obama. he was not winding down of course. he did not close guantanamo. he did not stand up to the republicans to end the bush era tax cuts as he had promised he would in 2008. there were a lot of reasons for liberals to feel disappointed with the lack of progress on those issues, but we never really saw that in the polling. we would ask liberals how they felt, and we would get strong support almost all the time. one time we even try to go further. we said to you have a favorable or unfavorable oppression of obama? all the democrats with a favorable. -- would say favorable. can you think of anything obama has done that you are disappointed with? he really had a level of support of the base that was very solid. that is not to say there were not disappointments, but to the extent they existed, once the republican primary process got started and really got raging, if there were any doubts among liberal democrats, why they wanted obama to win, the conversation that occurred during the republican primary broker out
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2012 10:00am EST
trillion national debt. it's expected to go up over $22 trillion before president obama leaves office. fact number two, washington's problem is not revenue. it's uncontrolled spending. fact number three, in less than 14 hours, automatic tax hikes will give washington more money to spend. fact number four, the nonpartisan congressional budget office says these automatic tax hikes threaten to put us back into another recession. fact number five, the house has done its job to avoid this crisis by passing a bipartisan bill to stop the tax hikes. fact number six, the senate, with the president's approval, has refused to take up this bill. and fact number seven, we've done our job in the house. it's time for the senate to do their job before the clock strikes midnight. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. higgins: mr. speaker, at midnight tonight the budget control act of 2011 and sequestration will trigger spending cut
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